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Reserved emails reveal how Cristina Kirchner operated against Alberto Nisman

Through her spokesperson, Cristina Kirchner sent confidential emails to media owners and K journalists asking, in mid-2016, that interview the former director of the DAIA, former director of the Defense School and former ambassador for the Holocaust Jorge Elbaum Why involve former AMIA prosecutor Alberto Nisman with the vulture funds?

The modus operandi in this move and in other cases was that after the interview was published, the vice president praised the note as a third party finding. In this context, days after Nisman appeared with a bullet in the head -on January 18, 2015- anonymous posters with private photos of the prosecutor with his girlfriends covered the city of Buenos Aires, as part of a smear campaign.

Before dying, Nisman had denounced Cristina for the alleged cover-up of five Iranians -among them Moshen Rezai, who was in Nicaragua last week- accused of masterminding the attack against the AMIA.

Is about one of more than fifty emails that reveal this type of political operations K that also had the judge as their objective Claudio Bonadio, Elisa Carrió and the tariff increases of the government of Mauricio Macri or the former owner of the New Province of Bahía Blanca, Vicente Massot.

Fifty secret emails, sent at least between 2012 and 2016, by Cristina Kirchner’s current Director General of Institutional Communication Hernan Reibel Maier reveal how the vice president lowered the line to businessmen and journalists K. One of the most recurring themes was attacking the former AMIA prosecutor, Alberto Nisman.

The former president, through her spokesperson, sent instructions or news cables -with the indication to publish them-, telephone numbers, interview suggestions and even news summaries in order to favor Kirchnerism.

At first, Reibel sent the messages from his own email but then he started doing it from a gmail called “papelpicado2012” to hide his identity. The new email address was [email protected]

The emails were delivered by a journalist who participated in this network and Fed up of the “line drop”. Although those delivered are dated from 2012, the journalist – who asked to keep his name anonymous – stated that they began to be sent during the first presidency of Cristina Kirchner and that another of the objectives was to censor Elisa Carrió in the K media. And that the instructions came almost every day.

consulted by the Master of Clarion, Reibel did not respond to the request.

The mails have the same working modus operandi as the one used in Operative Pouf against the cause of the Notebooks of bribes and that of Roberto Baratta, the right hand of Julio De Vido, according to the chats who revealed Clarion last year.

Cristina had these emails sent to different channels, radios, newspapers, portals and journalists from editorial lines related to Kirchnerism. During the following days, the themes mentioned in these emails were replicated in many of these K media.

When comparing the mails with journalistic publications and the dates in which the mails were sent, it is proven that the line drop was fulfilled by many. Various media, related to Kirchnerism, followed these instructions, among them: Page 12, Télam, C5N, Public TV and Financial Area. The news was published from the same day the mail was sent or during the following days.

One of the strengths of this network is related to the suspicious death of Alberto Nisman: the orderly line to follow was that the former AMIA prosecutor had committed suicide. For example, on April 19, 2015, you mailed the contact of Jorge Elbaum, former head of the Defense school, former ambassador of Cristina Kirchner and former director of the DAIA, who developed a theory to link Nisman with the vulture funds.

The subject of the email was: “Tomorrow for interviews by topic denounces links Nisman-vulture funds” (See facsimile). Even later, Cristina went out to praise “spontaneously” the notes that were made based on Elbaum’s statements.

The “ruidazos” -or “cacerolazos”-, as a series of protests carried out between July and August 2016 during the government of Mauricio Macri against the increase in the rates of public services were called, is another of the topics that appear in the emails and the one that received the most coverage from the media and journalists related to Kirchnerism, both in traditional media and on Twitter.

“Let’s work this in several programs”, orders the body of the email sent on July 18, 2016 to give journalistic treatment to the protests. In the Puf Operation against the cause of the Cuadernos de las Coimas, it was seen how the now deputy Eduardo Valdés appears as one of the organizers of the “spontaneous” protests.

During both days of protests, El Destape Web and C5N, mainly, carried out massive coverage of the “noise” through their social networks, and even pre-diffusing the concentration points.

The great coverage of the “noise” was from C5N of businessmen K Cristóbal López and Fabián De Sousa. The relevance that was given to the topic can be noticed when observing the number of mobiles that the channel sent to the different points.

On the other hand, an email sent on May 21, 2014 went down the orders to defend Amado Boudou -then Vice President of the Nation-, who was facing various causes for the Ciccone Case. Page 12, Télam and Financial Area showed strong matches between their posts and this email.

On November 20, 2014, federal judge Claudio Bonadio ordered a search of the headquarters in Buenos Aires of Hotesur SA, manager of the Alto Calafate hotel owned by the Kirchners. He also raided, within the framework of this case, the General Inspection of Justice (IGJ), the body in charge of supervising private companies. In these raids, the judge obtained documentation that would prove irregularities in Hotesur’s accounting balances.

In response to the judicial measures carried out by the judge, on November 23, 2014, forwarded an official communication from Hotesur SA to its usual recipients., in which the company defended itself against various complaints. It replicated profusely on K media.

On Public TV, the story went like this: on November 24, one of its newscasts aired the statement sent by Hotesur, with a report titled “Hotesur denied Judge Bonadio”. In addition, they interviewed the then Secretary of Justice, Julián Álvarez, who lashed out declaring: “Bonadio chooses the causes to extort.” Another report, from that same day, was entitled “The modus operandi of Judge Bonadio.”

On November 26, a journalist K was invited to Public TV and they assured that there were complaints against the federal judge for illicit enrichment; Second, they interviewed a lawyer to talk about the current cases against Bonadio for the death of hemophiliac patients, alleging that it was the judge himself who was delaying the proceedings.

During November 27 and 28, Public TV continued with the line drop. “Due to poor performance, they ask for a political trial against Bonadio” read one of the graphs used on the air. In addition, they interviewed Julián Álvarez again, as the author of said complaints before the Justice.

Two months later, specifically on February 4, 2015, sent a new mail with the orders to attack Bonadio, accompanied by a cable from the Télam Agency entitled “The Federal Chamber reprimanded Bonadio and ordered him to allow the defenders to see the Hotesur file.” Most of the K media published the issue.

On June 10, 2015, in the midst of closing the lists for the PASO presidential elections, an email was sent with a list of developed suggestions. The email subject is “Positive News” and the attached file is called “TIPS”. In the development, a series of topics are listed and developed to be treated in the media that would favor the Government.

One of the topics in question was about growth “in the positive image of Cristina Kirchner”. That same day, Ámbito Financiero published an article dealing exactly with the aforementioned topic, with the information developed in the mail.

In January 2020, after taking office as president of the Senate, Cristina Kirchner appointed Reibel Maier as general director of Institutional Communication.

Clarín master’s students: Yasmine Abraham, Axa Pacheco and Iván Puga.

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